Randal Koene is recruiting top neuroscientists to help him make humans live forever
A team of U.S. researchers found the microscopic worms in 28 percent of eels sold live in U.S. markets.
New research shows that tiny hairs on bean leaves impale the pests through the feet. A synthetic version may eventually add to the anti-bed bug arsenal.
Fireflies have a neat trick for conserving light. Turns out, it could work for LEDs, too.
Bombarded with electrons and sealed in a vacuum, the noble tick survived the ordeal
Electrons were fooled into behaving as though they were in a magnetic field, with no magnets around
New technology breaks the theoretical limit on how small we can see
On the Labrador Sea, the scientific crew of the research vessel Knorr hunts for underwater storms, sinks a two-mile mooring--and gathers clues to the planet's fate
What if insects just couldn't climb into your house?
Just another interesting bee-havior.
A new way of structuring fats could be the key
In 2010, OxyContin introduced a new formula that drug abusers can't crush to a powder to snort or inject. This is how it works, chemically, and whether it actually deters abuse.
First stop: Flat-pack pasta.
The world's oldest lizard-like reptile, with roots dating back to the Triassic period, has been found breeding again for the first time in 200 years
A stepping stone toward quantum computing and artificial atoms
A new search for ways to reduce the methane cattle produce.
PepsiCo makes Quaker Oats, Nestle makes Hot Pockets, and 58 other company-brand relationships.
One-celled organisms could make our road network more efficient